Grahamstown Game Lodges & Resorts

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From R600 pps

1995 Springbok and Rugby World Cup winner, Hennie le Roux is the private owner of this rich landscape which abounds in fauna and flora. Crown River Safari and Wildlife Reserve is home to the Crown ... More Info

From R275 pps

Bushmans Gorge Lodge offers anyone the oportunity to escape the rat race of everyday life and enjoy nature and true South African hospitality. Our intimate reserve is situated 30 km outside of Grah... More Info

From R175 pps

Situated just off the N2 approximately half-way between Capetown and Durban, Coombs Camp accommodates up to eight guests in a Family Site (Double and Twin tent) and a Double Site and a Twin Site. The ... More Info

From R4380 pps

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Bukela Lodge offers 5-star luxury of an International standard. The main lodge comprises a reception, dining and sitting area with a central fireplace which is always the centre of attraction in w... More Info

From R3780 pps

Lying along a curve of hill above a wide Eastern Cape river plain, Hlosi Game Lodge is a quiet, grassland retreat offering rich game viewing and 4-star accommodation in a location that welcomes and pr... More Info

From R2380 pps

Historic Settler hospitality Carnarvon Dale once provided lodgings for travellers, whose journeys had been halted by the flooded Bushman's River. In that same tradition of hospitality, Roger and Ma... More Info



Aloe and Elephant Lodge

From R450 pps

Welcome to Aloe and Elephant which is an exclusive Game Lodge nestled in pristine Eastern Cape bush with free roaming game such as Impala, Nyala, Giraffe, Warthogs and smaller antelope. Accommodation ... More Info

From R850* unit

The Coombs View Reserve is a unique four bed thatched lodge nestled in amongst secluded, Eastern Cape valley bushveld, just off the N2, approximately halfway between Durban and Capetown. The reser... More Info

From R2950 pps

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Pumba Private Game Reserve, with its new Msenge Lodge, covers 6 500 hectares of privately-owned property in the Eastern Cape. Overlooking Lake Kariega, Pumba Water Lodge offers stunning views of the w... More Info

From R4824 pps

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Set between two streams in a lush bushveld valley, Kichaka Lodge is an exclusive five star lodge located within a Big 5 game reserve, in the malaria free Eastern Cape. This luxury lodge sleeps... More Info

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Grahamstown Reviews

Very nice, peaceful place with lots of charm. A good place for my kids to study in a couple of years time, if Rhodes offers an acceptable Actuarial Science degree.
- Garth Luyt

Grahamstown is a nice place to visit, it has a history.
- Vatiswa Matikinca

Grahamstown is a hub of culture and one of our favourite places to visit. Between great restaurants and all the other activities on offer one would be hard pressed to find a better holiday break-away.
- Sanda Bunter

Grahamstown is beautiful, we enjoyed the Arts Festival
- Asanda Xawuka

This was my first stay at Grahamstown and the Arts Festival and I vow never to miss it again. The stay was wonderful for the soul and the peace and tranquility of Grahamstown, even in the throes of the festival was a real treat!
- Claire Odgers